Planet Venus

Similar in size and structure to Earth, Venus has been called Earth's twin. These are not identical twins, however – there are radical differences between the two worlds.

Venus has a thick, toxic atmosphere filled with carbon dioxide and it’s perpetually shrouded in thick, yellowish clouds of mostly sulfuric acid that trap heat, causing a runaway greenhouse effect. It’s the hottest planet in our solar system, even though Mercury is closer to the Sun. Venus has crushing air pressure at its surface – more than 90 times that of Earth – similar to the pressure you'd encounter a mile below the ocean on Earth.

10 Things to know
1 Earth sized
2 Second Rock
3 A day longer than a year
4 Diverse Terrain
5 Moonless & Ringless
6 Greenhouse effect
7 Water on Venus
8 Many visitors
9 Life on Venus
10 Super Rotating Atmosphere
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While many do not care for their parents, some on earth purposely do not see their father, grand father, father in law who has left life but is about to leave this earth.

Science increases age. They are so short thinkers & egoistic that they forget that
a day will come when they are grand parents or parents.

As of now there are humans on this planet and if we see them on another planet one day,
we they dont have such human attitude.